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Date Posted: 09:51:30 05/24/11 Tue
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Black toes
In reply to: Holly 's message, "Black toes" on 13:13:44 05/23/11 Mon

We have had a button or two that seemed drunk -- having a balance issue. We always put the heat lamp on any bird that seems a little "off". Often the heat lamp solves the problem. (And boiled egg for extra protein) I cannot remember the outcome, but will ask Thomas when he comes home from school. If a button is unstable on its feet, that definitely indicates a problem. I don't know about the black feet.

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